Sunday, October 18, 2009


I started a post earlier today discussing our day yesterday but given the craziness of tonight and all the other stuff that I had to do, this post will have to suffice for now. I'll finish the other post later.

It snowed here today. Well, it actually rained all day and turned to snow later this afternoon. The girls were fascinated (for a few minutes anyway) with watching it from the windows. Em wanted to touch it. That is their new thing now. When they see something on television or outside the car window, they say, "I want to touch it." I usually tell them to go ahead. What else am I to say?!?

The cute moment came when Anna ran to another window and announced that it was snowing over there as well.

If it had stopped raining/snowing/sleeting and there was actual snow on the ground, I was going to bring them outside for a few minutes. That didn't happen. It's only October so I'm sure there is plenty more snow to come.

Oh, there was another cute moment surrounding our Comcast On Demand problem. We've been able to watch programs sporadically and when you have three toddlers chanting, "I want to watch Barney," an error message is the last thing you want to see on the screen. Rich called Comcast and they scheduled for someone to come out on Monday (they ended up fixing it for us over the phone today.) But before that, Em kept saying, "The table guy is gonna fix it. He's coming Monday." Yes, table instead of cable.

Okay, not much else to report. It seems as if Rich and I are dividing life into two periods now: BEFORE the molars are all in and AFTER the molars are all in. If you can't tell, we are still in the BEFORE era. We talked some more today regarding our big plan to move the girls around and realistically, it's going to take months. There's a lot to do and spare time is not really available to us. Such is life.


Jen said...

I wish I could help you with the big switcheroo. We have done a lot of bedroom moving and rearranging of sleeping combinations in the years since our twins were born. It is a lot of work, but you do what you gotta do to get as many people sleeping as much as possible!

You are so positive on here all the time but I can feel your fatigue and I remember what it was like for me (way easier than three sets of molars at once and two full-time jobs) and I just wish I could help.

ComcastCares1 said...

Your twins are adorable! "the table guy is going to fix it" - :)

Anyway, I work for Comcast. Let me know if you need further assistance. Sorry for the trouble.


Mark Casem
Comcast Corp.
National Customer Operations

Cassie said...


Im right there with you! At this point all 12 molars have broken through, just waiting for them to come completely IN! They never teethed like this with the other 64 teeth!!!

Cassie said...

BTW...I meant 48 teeth (16x3) lol